Monthly Archives: December 2014

Book Tour for “The Unknown Elf”

‘Tis the season to believe! And if you thought that working in Santa’s workshop at the North Pole is fun and easy, think again. Seems every corporation has its problems: Book Blurb Marie never expected to wake up in North … Continue reading

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Book Launch: “The Redeemable Prince”, by Rachel Higginson

That is a very intriguing title. What could this prince have done that he would have to be redeemed, and by who?  Here’s a bit about the book–perhaps it will shed some light on the question. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Seraphina Van Curen … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: The Heart of the Ancients–The Kailmeyra Chronicles: Book Three, by Elizabeth Isaacs

What I love about the world of writing is its unending stream of talent. Here is another great entry, just released today. Following Nora and Gavin’s defeat of the Dokkalfar, the kingdom has flourished and brought hope to its people. … Continue reading

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Review of “Stories From the Life of Jesus, By His Mother”, by Christopher Antony Meade

(Okay, the book title states that Mr. Meade merely edited it…) “Silent Night, Holy Night” Yes, when we think of the birth of Jesus, we generally think of this: I imagine, however, were we to look into Mary’s diary, it … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal for “Never Hurt Me”, Book Three of “The Wishmakers”, by Shawn McGuire

It’s a good day for a cover reveal. And this one is GORGEOUS! However, the back is a bit teeny. To save your eyesight, here is the book blurb: Everyone has a wish. Desiree’s just got real. For forty-five years, … Continue reading

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Review of “For Whom The Bell Tolls (Vlad Dracula, #1) (The Dracula Chronicles, #1), by Shane K.P. O’Neill

This is not your grandmother’s Dracula story. In fact, it’s more about his beginnings, and how his formative years led him to become Vlad the Impaler. And at the end of this story, you will be saying to yourself, “Well, … Continue reading

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